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January 17, 2008 – For more informaion read the Release Notes.

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Templating

Flash Player Skins

Modify the flash player on your Loudblog powered website. Flash MX+ is required. Leave the folder structure untouched!

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GR 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

Green Grass is beautiful – not only for golf and soccer podcasts ;-)

Demo | Download

Kubrick Template

Kubrick 0.5

by Michael Heilemann

The most successful Weblog-Template ever!

Demo | Download
Amsterdam Nights

Amsterdam Nights 0.5

by Oliver Roick

Cool Dropshadows.

Demo | Download
britney

britney 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

Britney is the pink variant of the default template.

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leuko 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

Leuko is the skin colored variant of the default template.

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clerk

clerk 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

Clerk is the grey variant of the default template.

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lotion 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

Lotion is the baby blue variant of the default template.

Demo | Download
default

default 0.5

by Gerrit van Aaken

A clean and reduced template with basic functionality.

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red train

Red Train 0.5

by Vladimir Simovic

Cool and relaxed lounge layout in dark red.

Demo | Download
Template Inx

INX 0.5

by Alexandra Labudda

Slim, clean, gorgeous.

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ruby

ruby 0.5

by Alexandra Labudda

Colorful and friendly! Needs to be customized and personalized.

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lb:calendar

Shows a small month-by-month calendar

This handy little plugin was written by André Neubauer. It shows a little calendar which you can place in your sidebar to let users navigate by date.

Download

calendar.php.zip

Simple Example

<lb:calendar />

Extended Example

<lb:calendar firstDayOfWeek="1" decoration="0" />

Attributes

firstDayOfWeek

Defines the first day of the week. Use “0” for sunday, “1” for monday, ... (default: “1”)

decoration

“0” for no decoration, “1” for displaying abbrevations of days and current month, year. (default: “1”)

Localisation

Just go into the source code of the calendar plugin and you can change the strings for the months and their abbrevations.